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#1 of 2 things to do in Whitchurch
We had a very pleasant hour sailing on the River Wye from Symonds Yat We were are a coach party, so we had tea and biscuits while we sailed, the Captain informed us about the local history and landmarks Plenty of...
Entertaining infomations from the captain and a beautiful sorrounding nature like ducks, swans and tulip treas and charming old church for example.
#1 of 8 things to do in Newent
Best flying show I have seen, really interesting education about the birds and very passionate people, the birds welfare is a priority and they do some great work - we loved it so much we stayed for the second fli...
... my boys aged 5 and 7 loved to see how the birds flew but also how different all birds of prey are,cafe was fine lots of seating for picnic ,first class we really enjoyed and will definitely return again
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The Palace Cinema Cinderford

Cinderford, UK 7.1 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Cinderford
Absolutely love coming here!! Prices are amazing to view and the price of the treats is also very very good!!! Love watching movies here in this family run local cinema, and able to a few times a month at these pr...
I regularly use The Palace cinema it is very affordably priced, shows the latest films and has a great selection of snacks and drinks at very reasonable prices.

Briery Hill Llamas

Kilcot, UK 10.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Kilcot
You can’t help but have a great time with these beautiful, gentle llamas, Lisa made it fun and informative, you can ask questions, and interact with the llamas, brushing , feeding, and walking, footwear is importa...
We had a whole trip planned with lots of unique activities, but the llama trekking was our absolute favourite by far! Lisa and Steven were amazing hosts, they introduced us to the llamas one by one, we got to know...

The Forest of Dean

Coleford, UK 5.8 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Coleford
Stunning scenery, wild deer and boar, great cafes, steam railways, ponds, streams, villages, speech house, puzzle wood, rspb spots, symmonds yat, Dean heritage, and so much more.
... on the Wye, cycle trails, walking routes, woodland, birds, bats and butterflies to see, hear if you’re lucky, caves, colliery, restaurants and excellent cafes, ponds for fishing or just to walk the dog around....

Raglan Farm Park

Raglan, UK 10.8 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Raglan
We have visited the park many times and every time it's gets better the new barn and soft play is fantastic the barn is great for wheel chair access and we enjoy every visit The farm shop supplies fantastic meat a...
Wide open spaces for picnics, old tractors, wide variety of friendly animals, zip-wires, swings and indoor play too, all at a very reasonable entry cost - what more could we want for a lovely day!

Hopewell Colliery

Coleford, UK 4.9 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Coleford
It was made so interesting by the guide who took us underground with his knowledge of mining and the local area This is a must place to visit if coming to the Forest of Dean My only criticism would be above ground...
The tour was truly fascinating, and the miner, who has worked in this last working free mine in the country every day of his whole working life, was very generous with his time and explanations.

Canoe the Wye

Symonds Yat 0.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Symonds Yat
Really great afternoon on the river, everything was well organised by the Canoe the Wye team - very thorough safety checks and briefing by friendly staff before being left to enjoy a peaceful trip down the river-...
It was a perfect day, the best wildlife, beautiful weather and the ‘canoe the wye’ team were professional, helpful and friendly.

Symonds Yat Rock

Coleford, UK 1.7 mi away
#3 of 15 things to do in Coleford
Stunning views across the river and the chance to see some awesome birds of prey, cracking little cafe at the top with picnic area for a quick rest up and a brew, lovely place to visit
There is an excellent viewing point, well signposted, with easy access and parking, to take a birds eye view of the Wye valley, there is a walkway from the car park to both the forested area down to the river and...
#5 of 15 things to do in Coleford
Its fantastic, it has tree top houses with disabled access, woodland treasure hunt, indoor secret village, play area and picnic area, unlimited train rides with a few train stations to get on and off at,a cafe and...
Gorgeous little train which delighted my 2yo (I just love trains anyways!) :) Then we had great fun in the treetop adventure, followed by lots of running around in the miniature indoor houses.

Kymin Hill

Monmouth, UK 3.5 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Monmouth
Wonderful insight from the staff at the National Trust, very informative of the history and very passionate about customer experience!!
We drove up some rather windy roads to the free car park and then had a short walk to the Round House and the most amazing views over Monmouth and out over the Brecon beacons and South Wales.

Clearwell Caves

Coleford, UK 6.2 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Coleford
This is definitely an interesting day out for anyone with young children (as there are some fun things to do periodically around the caves), or for anyone wanting to learn a bit more about the local history.
Great projections into the water pools depicting prehistoric creatures Great value for money and somewhere to be enjoyed by old and young alike.

Goodrich Castle

Goodrich 1.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Goodrich
An interesting piece of local history, covering the role of the castle in the Civil War Educationally excellent, our grandson was very impressed Good cafe, and the visit was dog friendly.
Family friendly well worth a visit,staff are really helpful & knowledgeable lots to do.Great views , great food good prices.

Dean Forest Railway

Lydney, UK 9.7 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in Lydney
The kids loved it and the service at this Dean Forest Teain ‘Mince Pie Day’ just fantastic, thank you to all the passionate volunteers who keep this heritage alive for many future generations.
We chose to start at Norchard where there is a very large free car park and also cafe, fascinating museum packed with railway related items and a well stocked shop.

Lucksall Caravan Park

Mordiford, UK 11.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Mordiford
What a find! 2 x pontoons to launch from ( bit wobbly but fun), an immaculately kept site, one of the most extensively stocked campsite shops we’ve seen and a cafe/ restaurant with food which would put some pubs t...
Plenty of water points, clean toilets and showers, and a dog walk around the outside of the park, inside it’s perimeter (although we recommend walking up the outside of the park, along the roadside, to the entranc...

Raglan Castle

Raglan, UK 11.2 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Raglan
The shop was cute, well stocked with the usual nic nacks.... and staff were friendly The castle itself was fantastic- lots of nooks and crannies to explore- the children loved running around the grounds.
Would highly recommend going here as a family day out or with friends etc, Loyd of seating and fab grounds make it a lovely spot to take a picnic and just kick back and enjoy your day!!!
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Ross on Wye Canoe Hire

Symonds Yat 0.4 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Symonds Yat
Highly recommend this to everyone - the river was easy to navigate - there are some exciting bits where it looks like mini rapids but they were easily navigated and great fun! Well worth the money and will definit...
... We had a lovely afternoon saw kingfishers even saw a salmon jumping We even had time to stop for a picnic on route We are already planning our next trip Thank you to everyone at Ross canoe hire for a memorable...

Monnow Bridge and Gate

Monmouth, UK 4.2 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Monmouth
Lovely little walk through to each end of the town it’s clean and tidy and well maintained we loved it great sighs over the river and great place for photos well recommend this town for a visit will b returning
A very photogenic surviving building over the river with a backdrop of thriving High street and historic town buildings and associations.
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Savoy Theatre

Monmouth, UK 3.9 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Monmouth
A lovely venue in the centre of town, friendly, great atmosphere with traditional cinema feeling.
Central in the life of the Town and readily located in Church St. near car parking and eateries and watering holes.

Beechenhurst

Coleford, UK 5.4 mi away
#8 of 15 things to do in Coleford
First experience on both climbing wall and archery, we all had a fantastic time, Jake our tutor was very friendly, helpful and patient with both my children, (ages 6 & 12), the eldest having Downs syndrome.
You could spend all day here if you wanted to do the sculpture trail which is what we plan on doing in the Easter holidays.

Puzzlewood

Coleford, UK 5.6 mi away
#6 of 15 things to do in Coleford
Few farm animals at the start with a cafe and toilets, plenty of car park spaces, there is an indoor maze (small) great for kids whilst raining, reasonably priced and an adventure you sure don’t want to miss.
Puzzlewood also has a selection of goats, cows, ducks, chickens and ponies prior to entering the wood as well as a Bug Farm, Willow maze, Indoor maze, plenty of outdoor picnic areas, café etc.

White Castle

Abergavenny, UK 10.5 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Abergavenny
Loved visiting the castle, such a tranquil place, great to read the history of the place and the views from the top are amazing!
There is only parking for ten or so cars at the end of the narrow lane leading to the site and as this car park is used by walkers accessing Offas Dyke, I could imagine it busy in summer holiday period.

Bathurst Park

Lydney, UK 10.7 mi away
#5 of 20 things to do in Lydney
A great cafe for drinks, snacks and ice creams, clean toilets, lots of playthings for the children, exercise machines for both young and old, picnic benches, well maintained flower gardens and large grass areas fo...
I love it here, I live nearby, always well kept and beautiful looked after, a pleasure visiting and spending time with my grand children, we have our own special tree where they can climb into and up.

Cannop Cycle Centre

Coleford, UK 4.9 mi away
#7 of 15 things to do in Coleford
... were all very friendly and helpful, the Family Cycle Trail just challenging enough for irregular family cyclists such as us and the environs of the Forest of Dean was delightful to cycle through and picnic in.
The Freeminer's trail was particularly challenging in the wet because of the roots, but still great fun.

Forest of Dean Adventure Golf

Newnham, UK 9.3 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Newnham
What a wonderful way to entertain your children on a gorgeous summers day !! Course Is excellent, amazing attention to detail, And all round fun time !!!
Friendly welcoming staff, well laid out interesting course , great fun , lovely cafe and dog friendly seating area.

BattleSports Glos

Newnham, UK 9.2 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Newnham
It’s a fab place...you should totally go Children and adults will really enjoy it and it’s plenty of exercise too
I enjoyed it so much I plan on going back as part of pre season with my local football team for a spot of team building.
#9 of 15 things to do in Coleford
We called in and met a volunteer and the owner , the buildings and collections are well worth visiting and stopped for a couple of hours looking at the social history of this former railway and surrounding area, T...
The age of the steam locomotive definitely lives on in Mike Rees’ museum of Forest of Dean railway memorabilia.

The Old Station Tintern

Tintern, UK 10.7 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Tintern
A wonderful place for the whole family including the four legged members, plenty of picnic tables and free to use barbeques (just bring your own charcoal and food) parking prices are reasonable for a whole day, wh...
... birds,the fresh smell of coffee from the cafe,sound of water as we walk along side the river with the dogs&husband&my son.going out into nature takes away the pressure" of everyday life&being in nature helps y...
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Tintern Abbey

Tintern, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Tintern
As great as it’s always been ....grew up next door in The Anchor ....was my childhood playground ...loved it there best times of my life ...great gift shop ...historic and mysterious place ...well worth a visit
Time for picnic in the enclosed grounds followed by a short walk to local view point The Devil's Pulpit where legend says Old Nick used to taunt the holy men of Tintern from his vantage point high above the river...
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The Cyril Hart Arboretum

Coleford, UK 5.3 mi away
#10 of 15 things to do in Coleford
Flat and enclosed, a dog walkers dream, if you leave the gates at the opposite end you can walk to a lake.... a dogs dream.
This arboretum is great for anyone using the Speech House Hotel as it is literally on the doorstep.